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Pro Bono Victory in Gang-Related Asylum Case

Achieved a significant pro bono win in a gang-related asylum case on behalf of a young woman who fled to the United States when she was just 13-years-old, fleeing numerous death threats from the Mara 18 and severe child abuse from both parents in El Salvador. Loeb & Loeb assisted the client in filing an asylum application and represented her before the Immigration Court
A team of attorneys from Loeb & Loeb LLP secured a significant pro bono win in a gang-related asylum case on behalf of a young woman who fled to the United States when she was just 13-years-old, fleeing numerous death threats from the Mara 18 and severe child abuse from both parents in El Salvador. Loeb & Loeb assisted the client in filing an asylum application and represented her before the Immigration Court. Loeb & Loeb’s pro bono team was led by attorneys Laura A. Wytsma, Crystal Law and Daniel Friedman, with valuable assistance from many other Loeb attorneys and staff. Loeb & Loeb has represented asylum seekers from across the globe, including Cameroon, Ethiopia, the Philippines, Mexico, El Salvador and Kenya, among other nations, who are fleeing persecution or domestic abuse. The firm’s pro bono work has resulted in several significant victories before the immigration courts and helped numerous individuals avoid deportation and the threat of violence or death in their native countries.